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Meet Addie, Danville High School's new therapy dog - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 2 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. A special dog is now an official Danville High School staff member. Addie, a Bouvvier Aussie Poodle mix is an ...



Danville mock trial team aims for ninth straight state berth  knoxpages.com

11 members of the Danville High School mock trial team will compete at regionals this weekend, which will be held at Marion Municipal Court. Danville has ...



Chestnut Ridge to headline the 76th annual Danville Raccoon Dinner  knoxpages.com

DANVILLE -- The 2019 Danville Lions Club Raccoon Dinner will be held Monday, Feb. 4 at the St. Luke's Community Center, located immediately behind the ...



Danville changes assistant principal position at high school - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville High School is planning to replace an open assistant principal position with an instructional specialist, a move that could save the independent school ...



Danville Schools to purchase American National University building for $820000 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. The Danville Independent School District plans to purchase the American National University building next to ...



Superintendent: ANU building solves many problems for Danville Schools - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. When Danville Independent School District acquires the current American National University building on ...



Danville Schools to close on ANU building next week - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Danville Independent School District expects to close on the building that will serve as its new central office and alternative school next week. The Board of ...



Danville Schools have two health programs to choose from - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Danville Board of Education now has two different school health program proposals to choose from, both of which would double the number of school ...



Danville High School display anchor is from USS Cascade - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Editor's note: Research for this article was done by Andy Bryant, a DHS graduate and genealogist, and from ...



Danville softball standout signs with OCU | Sports  knoxpages.com

Danville senior Samantha Lavender signed on Friday to continue her softball career at Ohio Christian University next year. Lavender was a key member of last ...



Sidewalk Prophets' Danville High concert much more than caroling  Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Trimming the tree, attending the Christmas Eve candlelight *service* and unwrapping gifts later that night are among Christian music artist DAVE FREY's favorite ...



Safety in mind: Danville School District asks for assessment from Ky. Center for School Safety - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Danville Schools were given a “modified” safety check by members of the Kentucky Center for School Safety ...



Remembering Jim Rogers, a Danville Distinguish Alumni - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

By PHIL OSBORNE. Danville Schools Education Foundation. You may have read last week that Jim Rogers — a Danville High School alum and former CEO of ...



Danville man was wearing stolen championship ring when arrested, police say - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

A Danville man was arrested Monday while allegedly in possession of several stolen items, including a Danville High School State Championship ring that he ...



Couple comes from California to attend 76th annual Raccoon Dinner  knoxpages.com

People of all ages packed St. Luke's Catholic Church in Danville on Monday night for the 76th annual Raccoon Dinner. The Danville Lions Club hosted the ...



Danville PD will provide officer to city schools - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. The Danville Police Department will once again be able to provide a school resource officer in the city schools ...



Danville Alumnus and wife donate trees to DHS - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. By ROBIN HART and BEN KLEPPINGER. advocate@amnews.com. Nathaniel Doneghy has a soft spot in his ...



Trotter: Illinois football position rankings  247Sports

Putting together position rankings based off spring ball and an incoming freshman class isn't always easy. Coming into spring ball, running back was perceived ...



City honors Danville school board, members focus on Dewey as driving force behind arts - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. It's not every day a school board wins a Kennedy Center award. In fact, the $10,000 prize from the Kennedy ...



Transient Found On Danville High School Campus Arrested  Danville, CA Patch

Transient Found On Danville High School Campus - Danville, CA - Police said the man, who was on probation, stuck a security guard who confronted him.



Danville High forensics team places second in Lexington contest - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. DANVILLE FORENSICS. News release. LEXINGTON — Danville High School's forensics team placed second ...



Danville school board candidates speak to public at forum - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Danville has “five extraordinary candidates to choose from” for three seats on the city school district's Board of ...



Danville grad named assistant principal - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

For Danville native Ernest Dunn, becoming an assistant principal at Danville High School is an honor. “I got into education because I wanted to teach and coach ...



Danville softball players hope to improve record under new coach - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. By ELLIE DAMPIER. Danville High School. In past years, the Lady Admirals' softball team hasn't been too ...



Danville High School graduates 122 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Students laughed and cried their way through Friday's Danville High School graduation, as 122 students participated in the school's commencement ceremony ...



Former Danville football coach pleads not guilty - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. STAFF REPORT. advocate@amnews.com. A former Danville High School football coach pleaded not guilty in ...



Bate principal named Danville's assistant superintendent - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. The fourth time was the charm for the Danville Schools in its search for a new second-in-command for the ...



Lt. Gov. kicks off 'Entrepreneurship Challenge' in Danville - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Kentucky's lieutenant governor visited Danville High School Tuesday to kick off her Entrepreneurship Challenge and speak with local students about college ...



Danville school board creates assistant superintendent position - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

After three failed attempts to find a new director of schools, the Danville Board of Education has voted to upgrade the title to “assistant superintendent” and ...



Juveniles accused of throwing rock at deputy will be tried as adults - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The two juveniles who were arrested in connection with a rock-throwing incident that caused a Boyle County Sheriff's deputy to wreck in late January have been ...



Danville alum ShaDon Brown excited by return to Kentucky - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Danville graduate has spent most of this decade out of state, spending time at Wofford, Army and Colorado. In December, Brown joined the University of ...



Photos: Gallery: Danville at Loudonville Girls Basketball  Ashland Times Gazette

Loudonville High School's Celeste Ryman (4) shoots during the game against Danville High School on Wednesday, December 6, 2017. Noelle Bye ...



Danville's Academic Team small but successful - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Like most high schools, sports are the most popular extracurricular at Danville High School. And while our Forensics Team is also becoming one of the ...



Danville girls soccer hopes to avenge loss to Boyle - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville and Boyle are rivals and everyone knows it. They have been rivals for, seemingly, as long as time. Soccer is no exception. With a record of seven wins ...



High school says goodbye to teachers, secretaries | Local News  Danville Commercial News

DANVILLE —Two teachers and two longtime secretaries are among several staff members who have retired from Danville High School.



Farmers market headed back to Constitution Square - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Boyle County Farmers Market will hopefully be returning to set up shop at Constitution Square Park. The fiscal court voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of ...



Parks & Rec staffer gives programming update, details new offerings this summer - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Amber Shartzer says there are a lot of good things going on with Danville-Boyle County Parks & Recreation. And she made sure she was present Monday night ...



Cardington-Lincoln blazes victory trail past Danville | Baseball  Ashland Source

Cardington-Lincoln dominated from start to finish in a resounding 5-2 win over Danville in Ohio high school baseball on May 1.



Ronald E. “Ron” Zimmerman | Obituaries  Richland Source

Ronald E. “Ron” Zimmerman, 77, of Mount Gilead, passed away at his home Tuesday evening, Jan. 29, 2019.



Danville students showing maturity as they read controversial novel - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

“The Hate U Give” is now a major motion picture that has gotten a lot of media attention due to its handling of police brutality, race relations and the Black Lives ...



Former CEO of Duke Energy, a Danville grad, dies - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

James “Jim” Eugene Rogers Jr., former CEO of Duke Energy and named one of Newsweek's 50 most powerful people in the world has died. He was 71.



Front page history: Plans for Norton Center announced 48 years ago - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Centre College's Norton Center for the Arts has helped make Danville a “powerhouse palace of culture,” according to the Louisville Courier Journal.



Farmers market one step closer to Constitution Square - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Danville staff and others met Friday to discuss the logistics of bringing the Boyle County Farmers Market back ...



Danville Schools will gain second SRO in November - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. As expected, Danville Schools will gain a second school resource officer on Nov. 1, giving both school ...



Keeping them entertained: Danville man has been in movie business for almost four decades - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Robin Strey is a familiar face to local movie goers. He's worked in area theaters since 1977, and now he's even on screen promoting the Danville Cinemas 8 ...



Valvoline assistant manager gives back to community that helped him - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Brooks Evans was attending high school in New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina hit Louisiana in 2005.



Middle-schoolers to present play by Holocaust survivor - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. By DARREL RICKMERS. John W. Bate Middle School. John W. Bate Middle School of the Danville ...



Marsha Freeman Leavell - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Marsha Freeman Leavell. 1948-2019. Marsha Freeman Leavell, 70 years old, passed away February 1, 2019.



Tying the knots - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Several residents from McDowell Place of Danville worked with Danville High School students on a project for ...



Kentucky Sports Radio's editor speaks to Danville Rotary - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Tyler Thompson, KSR's editor-in-chief was Rotary's speaker on Oct. 12. She is a graduate of Danville High School ('02) and Davidson College ('06). She runs ...



Central office structure to change at Danville Schools - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Danville Independent School District will see a reduction in central office staff and potentially an increase in staff at the middle and high schools for the ...



The Gatton Academy selects 96 students for class of 2021 – Lane Report | Kentucky Business & Economic News  The Lane Report

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky has selected 96 Kentucky sophomores for the class of 2021. “We are ...



911 call before officers death: Cops in Danville are in danger  Columbus Dispatch

A police officer in the Knox County village of Danville was shot and killed just before midnight Sunday by a man who reportedly was looking to kill the officer.



Bill Bandy named director of GABBF - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. A familiar face to many will take over at the helm of the Great American Brass Band Festival: Bill Bandy. He's a ...



Big kids have art goals, too: Older students share thoughts and insights regarding their education - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

It's a *fresh* school year. School buildings are open and kids are walking through the doors, sometimes with excitement and sometimes reluctantly as the days of ...



D'Mauriae VanCleave pushes Admirals over the top - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

D'Mauriae VanCleave did what has never been done at Danville High School during the 2017-18 season. He's the first ever Mr. Football in Danville's storied ...



Dr. James C. Simpson - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Dr. James C. Simpson. 1952-2018. Dr. James C. Simpson, 66, of Danville, passed away Thursday, October ...



Milburn greets Vice President Pence in Lexington - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Corporal Jonathan Milburn of Military Police Company Alpha was invited by the White House to greet Vice President Mike Pence during his visit to Lexington to ...



Director impressed with cast's job on 'tough musical' of DHS 'Little Shop of Horrors' - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

“My 16-year-old self has been geeking out that I'm able to direct this show …” Marlowe says about the production going up Thursday and running through ...



Admirals adding opportunities in youth football - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

That could be a championship boost after Danville High School's undefeated run to the 2A state title last year, but the Admirals have also added a team to its ...



State substantiates one allegation against Danville superintendent - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The state Office of Educational Accountability has determined that Danville Schools Superintendent Keith Look “impeded implementation of school-based ...



Boyle judge-exec candidates talk drugs, jail and hemp - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The two candidates hoping to become Boyle County's fourth ever judge-executive shared their positions and qualifications with the public during a candidate ...



Clifford Berry steps down as Danville girls basketball head coach - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Berry took the job in June of last year as his first head coaching job. He went 14-14 in the 2017-18 season. “It was a tough decision. It was, honestly, the last one ...



ARCY paints Bunny: Street artist commemorates iconic African-American figure during Soul of 2nd St. - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

A local iconic African American figure has become the subject of Danville's first large-scale portrait, painted by a well-known street artist. Ryan “ARCY” ...



Frank X Walker Literary Festival to feature authors of color: Special performance includes police chief in first acting role - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. The sixth Frank X Walker Literary Festival will be held Monday-Friday, Sept. 17-21 in Danville with a reading ...



Piecing together history: Civil War 'bed turning' event all about quilts of the era - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. The Pieceable Friends Quilt Guild, Boyle County Public Library and the Arts Commission of Danville-Boyle ...



Former Danville High School principal moving to central office - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Danville parents met Tuesday to learn more about the recent unexpected change in leadership at Danville ...



Championship culture: Four former Rebels now on the field at Centre - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Juniors Mack Cox, Hagen Ellis and Drew Yeager have welcomed incoming freshman Kaden Gervacio into the Colonels' football family and are eager to build on ...



Cardington plans 72nd homecoming  Morrow County Sentinel

Cardington-Lincoln High School will observe its 72nd Homecoming on Friday, Oct. 5. The Cardington Pirates will host the Danville High School football team.



DHS teachers hold walk-in, instead of leaving their kids, in hopes of getting lawmakers' attention over pension issue - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Several teachers at Danville High School participated in an organized “walk-in” before classes started Thursday morning, showing their opposition to Kentucky's ...



DHS graduates 119 Thursday night - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. 'We are diverse and we are strong'. The 119 students graduating from Danville High School looked forward to ...



Mavis will not run in November; plans to retire after 24 years as mayor  knoxpages.com

Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Mavis told Knox Pages on Thursday that he will not seek re-election in November, as he plans to retire after his sixth mayoral term ...



A history of Boyle County's judge-executive elections - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Who has been judge-executive in Boyle County when — and why — has become a topic of debate this ...



Five from Danville and Boyle named National Merit Finalists - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Five students in Boyle County have been named National Merit Finalists; four from Boyle County High School and one from Danville High School. Seniors ...



The top one percent: Five in Danville/Boyle schools qualify as National Merit Scholar finalists - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Five seniors in Danville and Boyle County schools have secured their places among the best of the best as ...



Schools aim to make football safer due to increased studies about concussions  WAAY

Huntsville area schools are trying to make football safer, due to an increased focus on concussions.



Bate Middle officially renamed John W. Bate Middle School - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Kendra Peek/kendra.peek@amnews. James “Jackie” Lewis, a 1960 graduate, loaned his letter jacket to Glenn Ball with the Bate School Alumni Association to ...



Morgan wins Miss Danville title - The Interior Journal  Interior Journal

Shelby Morgan of Lincoln County will compete in the Miss Kentucky Scholarship Pageant in June. Morgan was crowned Miss Danville at Danville High School's ...



Principals, counselors set at Hogsett and Toliver schools for fall - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Danville Independent School District has named the principals for Mary G. Hogsett Primary School and Edna L. Toliver Intermediate School, which will officially ...



2018 Student Showcase includes Centre College students - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

The Community Arts Center's annual Student Showcase makes its 2018 debut next week. Each year, the Arts Center partners with the Arts Commission of ...



Dancing the night away - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Seven groups competed in the Dancing with the Danville Stars Saturday night at Gravely Hall. The event raised $23,986.85 for the Danville Schools Education ...



'I love the people' Physical therapist had unique road into career, says people are best part - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Gina Motley considers herself a “fossil.” She says this because she didn't get into physical therapy the traditional way. “I've been doing PT since '97, but I was an ...



Experience Danville camp gives kids education, fun - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

A total of 358 students attended the two-week Experience Danville-PEP Camp at Danville High School, which ends on Friday, and focuses half the day on ...



Downtown Danville gaining a new restaurant — Harvey's - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

An out-of state job reassignment; the birth of a child; an existing five-generation family-owned funeral business; and the closing of two downtown restaurants ...



Keepsakes, May 31 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Local students graduated from Centre College during the 194th Commencement ceremony held on campus Sunday, May 21 include: Danville. David Carter ...



UPDATE: 'Potential fight' might have sparked gunfire  Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

UPDATE, 5 p.m. Saturday:CHAMPAIGN — The three people wounded after shots were fired after Friday's boys' basketball game at Champaign Central High ...



Education news, Feb. 27 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

STANFORD — Reed Campbell has been selected to attend the Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy (HLCA) at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in ...



Alumni turn out to explain why losing mascot means more than meets the eye - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

About 30 people gathered at the Danville Board of Education meeting to voice their disagreement with a plan to change the Bate Middle School mascot from ...



Mt. Zion Baptist Church honors retiring pastor Wayne Penn - The Hartselle Enquirer  Hartselle Enquirer

By Martha Jackson. Mt. Zion Baptist Church honored retiring pastor the Rev. Wayne Penn and wife Gloria Johnson Penn Dec. 30 after the worship *service*, with a ...



Danville's D'Mauriae VanCleave wins Mr. Football - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

For the first time in Danville football's prestigious history, the Admirals have a Mr. Football award winner. The award, given to the top football player in the state ...



Trees, statues and more pop with color as part of DHS art project - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Trees, poles and statues around Danville have a pop of color thanks to the All Wrapped Up project through the Danville High School art classes. And — some ...



UPDATED: A life remembered: Jerry Van Dyke, 1931-2018  Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

DANVILLE — Danville's Jerry Van Dyke, who loved his hometown, died Friday at his Little Rock, Ark., home.The younger brother of Dick Van Dyke was a star in ...



Danville grad with lofty ambitions now in second year at West Point - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

“It's kind of what I expected. I would probably say it's more than what I expected,” Alcorn said. He called it “rough” because of a “rigorous academic program,” ...



Trey Cummins named to boys all-state soccer team - The Interior Journal  Interior Journal

STANFORD — Soccer coach Lewis Cummins said at the end of the season that the 2018 soccer Patriots were “one of the best teams” that Lincoln had ever had.



Education news, March 13 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 0 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Danville sends 8 to Washington for CFL National Speech Tournament. Pictured left to right are Britton Minks, ...



Kentucky students win Speech and Debate District Tournament, move on to Grand Nationals - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Kentucky's best high school speech and debate students went head to head at Centre College March 17 and 18 at the annual Kentucky District Tournament of ...



Who are the Dispatch-Motorists Insurance Group Scholar Athletes?  The Columbus Dispatch

Introduced in May 1982, the Dispatch and Motorists Insurance Group Scholar-Athlete Awards annually honor the best and brightest high school students in ...



Danville High School Students Collect Donations for Students at Middletown High  Patch.com

San Ramon, CA - For two weeks they have been collecting school supplies, clothes, and monetary donations for Middletown High School students.



Business briefs, March 7 - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

Nationally recognized for her restaurant and bar featuring an exhaustive collection of bourbons, Mary Robin Spoonamore founded Jane Barleycorn's on Fourth ...



Danville art class plans to color the city — with yarn - The Advocate-Messenger  Danville Advocate

You have read 1 of 8 articles. Log In or Subscribe. Kendra Peek/kendra.peek@amnews.com Cloe Shear crochets a hat during: Kendra ...



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